A poster who goes by “alexbassguy” on abovetopsecret.com says that his car became mysteriously disabled after he and his brother discovered a strange videotape disposal area in a remote area near DIA. When they returned an hour later the car had been searched and the photo card containing the pictures they had taken were missing. He also reports seeing odd equipment and “underground markers” sticking from the ground.
Here is what he wrote:
About a month ago, me and my brother (who lives about five minutes away from DIA in a suburb called Green Valley Ranch) decided to go driving around the backroads around DIA to scope out some cool photography spots. After driving for a bit, we found ourselves on a dirt road approximately a mile away from the airport (which was in plain view of our position.) He is (or was) rather “unsavvy” to the conspiracies surrounding DIA. I was filling him in on the way, while observing many, many strange things about our surroundings – namely, the absurd amount of comm equipment surrounded by small buildings jutting out of random fields, as well as more “underground markers” (indicators of buried pipelines, cables, etc.) and just plain wierd tube-type apperati than I have ever seen. We stopped to look around, and discovered a trash dump site about 50 feet off of the road. I instantly snapped into “ATS Investigator!” mode and started poking around. What I found freaked me out.
July 11, 2009
An excerpt from the article “The Denver Airport Underground: A Shadow Government?” :
There are no power lines near the airport. A high level of electromagnetic flux is surrounding the entire area. This has added to conspiracy theories suggesting that the underground of the airport has some significant generators that are used to power the entire shadow government that may be under the airport.
Also, there is a suspicious place on the ground level of the airport that is considered to be an entry to the underground. Conspiracy theories have stated that this area is one that employees at the airport are not allowed to go into unless they have biological protective suits. This is because of an unidentified fungus that is present in the area that can get into the lungs of people who are unprotected and therefore get killed.
July 11, 2009
From an internet source:
There is the Deep Underground Military Base underneath Denver International Airport, which is over 22 miles in diameter and goes down over 8 levels. It’s no coincidence that the CIA is relocating the headquarters of its domestic division, which is responsible for operations in the United States, from the CIA’s Langley headquarters to Denver…DIA serves as a cover for the vast underground facilities that were built there. There are reports of electronic/magnetic vibrations which make some people sick and cause headaches in others. There are acres of fenced-in areas which have barbed wire pointing into the area as if to keep things in, and small concrete stacks that resemble mini-cooling towers rise out of the acres of nowhere to apparently vent underground levels. The underground facility is 88.3 square mile deep. Basically this Underground Base is 8 cities on top of each other! These city-sized bases can hold millions and millions of people, whether they are mind controlled, enslaved NWO World Army Soldiers or innocent and enslaved surface dwellers from the towns and cities of America and Canada.
July 11, 2009
From DIA Tornado, a blog devoted to tracking tornado danger at the airport:
Given that over 1,000 tornados have been reported in Colorado since 1950, it’s not a matter of if a tornado will strike Denver International Airport; it’s a matter of when.
July 11, 2009
From the Denver Post:
Denver International Airport officials are planning a remake of the iconic terminal in a way that would make the Great Hall under the tent part of the secure, or “sterile,” side of the airport.
Sterile areas now include DIA’s concourses and the platforms of the train that transfers passengers between the terminal and concourses.
All visitors to the airport now can enter the Jeppe sen terminal, including the Great Hall, without being screened.